28 March 2006

War Criminal Blair Endorses Torture of MI5 Spooks

The Times of London recently published the stunning revalation that one of the so-called 'Al-Qaeda' 'enemy combatants' picked up by Uncle Sam's secret police and shipped to the Guantanamo Bay Concentration Camp actually worked for British Intelligence.

Daniel McGrory writes:
Bisher al-Rawi, 37, who has lived in Britain for more than 20 years, says that he was working for British Intelligence when he was picked up by the CIA during a trip to Africa.

Lawyers for Mr al-Rawi and two other long-term British residents held at Guantanamo claim that they are all being tortured and want the High Court to order Jack Straw, the Foreign Secretary, to lobby the US authorities for their release.
The remarkable failure of even Uncle Sam's closest ally to secure the release of their own spy from Guantanamo only underscores the lawless state of the Concentration Camp that was illegally seized by Uncle Sam from Cuba more than a century ago.
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